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firearms. this while an suv, being pursued by police, crashed right through a fence, dividing public storage facility and blue crab express. the owner of the restaurant spoke with me a short time ago. he told me he came outside, as soon as he heard shots fired. >> it was heavy. all over the parking lot. and was shooting. >> reporter: and then what happened? >> to get bad guys. >> reporter: and what happened with the pole? >> well, the bad guy, trying to escape, through my parking lot. and not the big pulldown. and messed up all my life and other things. that's what happened. >> and there were two people in the car, you said? >> i think, yeah. >> reporter: okay. you're taking a live look from sky eye chopper 13. they cleared us out, several blocks away from the area for our safety. now, since we have been here, two ambulances have rushed to the scene. atf and police are very tight-
lipped. but they can confirm it was an operation involving their violent crimes unit. within the last five minutes, traffic here on patapsco has reopened. so you're free to move from annapolis street all the way to hanover here on patapsco, which is great because the entire area was completely shut down. less than five minutes ago, right in the middle of rush hour traffic. we'll continue to monitor the situation. we'll have the latest for you tonight at 11:00. we're live, jessica kartalija, wjz eyewitness news. >> all right. thank you, jessica. and again, as she said, we're following this story. we'll have more information as we get it. a couple is murdered outside the arundel mills mall. their suspected killer is later shot to death by police. wjz is live at arundel mills. mike hellgren speaks to worried people who live and work in the area. mike? >> reporter: vic, one big question that police are unable to answer tonight is how did the accused shooter obtain the ak-47.
we'll has learned he was recently rely -- released from prison. this happened right in the parking lots. >> reporter: the brazen violence at arundel mills over the weekend has shaken shoppers and those who live and work nearby. police say 22-year-old james coleman, a man with a violent history, shot two people to death, outside the packed dave and busters restaurant. >> i do live in the community. and it's very disturbing. >> i do have concerns. i probably wouldn't go there in a while. >> he came out with an ak-47 and another weapon. and shot an officer in the face. >> that officer is expected to make a full recovery. >> he started letting off round after round on the ak. >> the exact relationship between him and those he is accused of killing was unclear. >> now that we know that wasn't random, i'm not too scared.
but i don't want to come here alone. >> the violence comes just before the start of the holiday shopping season. and as concerns, are building security where the new casino is set to open in just a few months. it's expected to draw thousands of customers to the area. >> it's very frightening. especially with the upcoming holidays. you just have to be very careful and be aware of your surroundings. >> reporter: police shot and killed coleman after he shot at that officer. the victims were 25 and 30 years old. they were both from prince george's county. reporting live at arundel mills, mike hellgren, wjz eyewitness news. vic? >> reporter: in a statement, a representative said they are working with police. and their thoughts and prayers go out to the families. new revelation. the president of the second mile foundation, founded by suspected child abuser and penn pen -- penn state assistant coach, is stepping down. they hope this will raise faith
in the charity. sandunky is out on -- sandusky is out on bail, accused of molesting at least eight children. and the scandal may result in tougher laws here in the state of maryland. wjz is live. adam may explains, not everyone is in favor of this. >> reporter: denise, you wouldn't expect a law like this to be too controversial. but state senator, nancy jacobs is accusing an unlikely group of protecting pedophiles. >> reporter: penn state officials knew about child sex abuse allegations but failed to tell authorities. now, nancy jacobs. s to mamake failing -- to make failing to report child abuse a crime. >> i think it's a matter of protecting their own. and you know, i'm just astounded that the teachers union would protect the pedophile. >> do you find it offensive? >> absolutely. it's outrageous. >> reporter: they accuse
senator jacobs of politicizing a tragedy. >> well, i think it's difficult to legislate by headlines. right? i don't know what that legislation would look like. >> reporter: current maryland law requires health practitioners, police officers, educators and social workers to notify law enforcement agencies. >> reporter: under that current law, teachers who don't report abuse can lose their jobs, but they would not face any criminal charges. >> i think this is shotgun long overdue. >> they support jacobs' plan. >> what happened at penn state is a very public example of what is happening on a very regular basis here in maryland, as well as every other state across the country, where people witness abuse and they don't report it. >> advocacy groups are behind this new legislation. the details of it are still being worked out right now. we can tell you in some other states, such as alabama, failing to report child abuse can lead to up to six months in jail. reporting live, adam may, wjz
eyewitness news. >> right now, lawyers and clergy members are exempt from the reporting law if their conversations with reporting victims is considered privileged. it happened at severna park. the 15-year-old sayas i male suspect grabbed her through the window frame of his vehicle. she was able to break free and ran to police. the suspect was driving a dark green, older model, two-door pickup truck. anyone with information should call police. the man at the center of a 2010 election robocall prepares to fight for his freedom tomorrow. that's when a trial gets under way for political operative julius henson. >> reporter: henson maintains his innocence, vic. and he says that the first amendment is on his side. >> reporter: it was a little more than a year ago, when phones were ringing on election night. robocalls from the campaign of
republican gubernatorial candidate bob ehrlich went to 2,000 registered democrats, hinting there was no need to go vote. >> i'm calling to let everyone know that governor o'malley and president obama have been successful. we're okay. relax. everything is fine. the only thing left is to watch it on tv tonight. >> nothing in that call was not true. >> reporter: politico consultant julius henson admits he was hired by the ehrlich campaign to the tune of $125,000. but he disputes allegations by the state prosecutor's office, that it violated election laws and failed to disclose who paid for the ad. >> they should read the constitution. the speech clause in the constitution says that political speech is free. and that they cannot control the content. >> reporter: legal expert byron warnkin says henson's first amendment argument may not stand up to the state
prosecutor's case. >> seems to me from what i've read, that they do have pretty strong evidence that these robocalls were for the purpose of dissuading people from exercising their right to vote. so i don't think you have a first amendment right to that. >> reporter: if convicted on all charges, henson faces the possibility of up to 11 years in prison. now, governor ehrlich's former campaign manager, paul suric, also faces similar charges. he is expected to go on trial later this month. derek valcourt, wjz eyewitness news. >> prosecutors have said there was no indication of wrongdoing on the part of former governor bob ehrlich. another road trip. another losing team. another defeat for the baltimore ravens. it's becoming a pattern. a familiar trend that has the team and fans quite upset tonight. sports director mark viviano
has more on this. temperatures were high. the coach was in no mood to answer questions about the psyche of the team. after the tough loss of yesterday, it has become the latest twist in what has become a roller coaster ride for the ravens that was riding high just a week ago after that win of the steelers. >> what a look of disbelief on john harbaugh's face. >> reporter: hard to believe another loss to an inferior team. but a couple of returning fumbles. plus an overall lack of execution and ravens lay another egg after a big win. and they're scrambling to explain why. >> reporter: to come in here and not be able to get that game situation on everybody else in your division when you really have a good shot to do that. it doesn't feel good. but at the same time you know, we know that we have room to
improve. we know we have to improve. and we've got a couple of good games coming up. and we have to be able to rebound and come back strong. >> reporter: we know you the fans don't feel good. and we ask you, with our fan cam, why can't the ravens play their best against bad teams. >> seemed like we changed our game plan. >> reporter: ego and overconfidence. >> they don't have the same level of preparedness. what they need to do is go into those games as if they're playing against the steelers again. >> reporter: some ravens steelers apologized for the fans after the loss. coach john harbaugh complained today. >> i'm not a psychologist. i think what you do is you look at football. you know, you look at what you can do better as a football team. we did not play well. just go back. i'm surprised they haven't got questions about the game. you know? what happened in the game. that's what you look at. well, there were questions about the game. in fact, about not running the ball as often as many thought they should have.
harbaugh said today, the circumstances of the game did not allow for the running game to get on track. now, you would think that the ravens are in big trouble. but actually, they still stand as probably a contender to make it to the super bowl. among other things, no one in the afc seemed better. you can read about it on my blog and send in your comments. more from the coach coming up next in sports. the ravens look to right the ship when division rivals come to down. ifure don't have a ticket to the game, watch it at 1:00, here on wjz 13. and hopefully the weather for the game will be just like today. live look outside right now. can't ask for better. bob is in the updated weather center with the updated forecast. bob has a good game all the time. >> that was heartbreaking. >> it was. let's take a look at radar. we have nothing going on around here. but there is a batch of rain to our north and west. a lot of it, actually, from buffalo to cleveland, just south of detroit. and slowly but surely, it will
be moving in our general direction. now, today, if you thought it was warmer. yes, it was very warm. 74, officially the high. the record back in 1989 was 77. and we got close to that. in fact, downtown officially did get to 77. but the normal high now is only 57 degrees. no-vember? yes. we'll talk about the cooling rain coming up. a boost in the city's bottle tax. mayor stephanie rawlings-blake calls for a tax increase to help pay for school construction. weernlings is live at city hall. >> county members are getting an earful for those who are in favor of the increase in bottle tax and those who are opposed to it. >> money is in the spotlight as
they urge an increase in bottle tax. >> 5 cents for our children. 5 cents for our children. >> reporter: the mayor wants to raise the cap on the bottle tax from 2 cents cents to 5 cents for city schools. >> now is the time to support our students. >> reporter: but that has people all shook up. >> that's kicking us when we're down. >> reporter: now grocers and the beverage industry feel unfairly singled out. >> our place as an industry is not to fund the schools. we can help find a solution. but we're already doing our fair share. >> reporter: mayor rawlings- blake wants council to act immediately and characterizes opposition to her plan as grandstanding. >> some are quick to oppose spending cuts or new revenues. i'm used to it. but rarely, if ever, do they offer solutions to generate funding that our children need. >> reporter: additional
monseproposed to come from the baltimore city slots league and leveraging retired teacher health benefits. >> reporter: mayor rawlings- blake is asking the council committee that has to look at the tax proposal, to vote on it by thursday. reporting live from city hall, i'm pat warren. back to you on tv hill. >> thank you, pat. city retailers say they have lost millions. a major new business is coming to owings mills. baltimore county executive, kevin kamenetz. corner of reisterstown and painters mills road. this will be part of a new development called boundary row. no word yet when construction will begin. >> stop me from doing a little dance. a little excited dance. >> trust me, i'd like to. [ laughter ] >> still to come tonight on wjz's eyewitness news. running out of patience. police taking extreme action to break up the occupy movement.
is baltimore next? a baseball player, rescued from kidnappers. how they were tracked down. four seasons opens its luxury hotel in harbor east. i'm mary bubala. an up close peek next on eyewitness news. and a nice week ahead. stick around for the updated first warning forecast coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
>> two seasons in the majors. venezuela. the 24-year-old was kidnapped in his hometown last wednesday. >> where they were holding me captive was a very remote place. basically a jungle. and see, i was praying to god to bring me home safely to my family. >> reporter: fans in washington and friendsa the home held vigils, begging for his release, police tracked down the farm where ramos was being held. after a dramatic gunfight, he was rescued. and six of the 10 were arrested. >> i am very happy for the rescue they carried out. >> reporter: it is a call for some to return to their home country. ramos says despite what happened, he will play for a team in venezuela. >> reporter: nationals manager says, we are thrilled with the report that he is rescued. we are eager to see wilson and
let him know how many have been eagerly awaiting this news. jessica kartalija, wjz eyewitness news. >> since 2004, at least three major league baseball players from venezuela have had relatives kidnapped. mary got a nice assignment today. harbor east opens its door for the first time. and mary has more about what it looked like. >> reporter: not too shabby for sure, denise. the four seasons hotel invited the public to sample the luxury, as it sampled its first overnight guest. >> reporter: the glass on the $200 million building gleams. which means they have floor-to- ceiling windows, and a view of the inner harbor. >> absolutely gorgeous. a wonderful, wonderful addition to our city. >> reporter: the four seasons hotel marks the development of the very last parcel of harbor east. >> they saw that this new property could be an urban resort. attracting people from all over
the globe to come and experience our great city. >> reporter: harbor east has brought in more than 6,000 jobs. including the latest venture to open its doors. >> this is a ribbon cutting, celebrating 300 in our city. >> reporter: the four seasons design is getting accolades as well, from the infinity swimming pool that is kept at a comfortable 80-degree fall and winter to the 10,000-square- foot spa, which includes these heated tile lounge chairs and 11 treatment rooms. the signature treatment salt and scrub massage starts at $265. rooms at the hotel start at $300 a night, an introductory rate. ♪ [ music ] >> reporter: but this room, the royal suite, all 2800 square feet, is not for everyone. just anyone who can afford the jaw-dropping $6,000 a night. >> that room has no introductory offer. it's $6,000, no matter what.
the hotel also features the restaurant, witch and wroim -- wisdom, by michael mina. another is set to open in february. denise? >> you're breaking my heart. thank you, mary. >> 6,000. that's one, two, three, four -- >> yeah. >> we still need about half a dozen more people. >> i was going to say. and 12 of our best friends. >> i'm sure it's very lovely. around the region right now. we're at 70 degrees. could go through the day really. 49%. humidity, south/southwest winds alt 12. keep the warm air in for a little longer. the barometer, just beginning to fall. we'll come back and take a look at the risk of rain headed our way after this. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
all right. almost a record-breaking day across the areas. mid-70s. can you believe that? a normal high. just said 57. take a look at temps around the region. just a few high clouds moving in. it's still 70 at last report. at 6:00. still 73 in cumberland? a little cooler down by the water. 62 in ocean city. 69, pax river. andand up in elkton, a bit of a slight breeze off there. and sketch degrees. locally, mid-60s to upper 70s. remarkable temperatures. yes. the jet stream is way up in
canada. that keeps the cold air bottled up. as long as we have these southerly winds, it will stay on the mild side. it will at least for maybe a day or day and a half before we begin to cool down. to our north, that's where the chilly air is. eventually, this front is going to lay across the midwest. and across portion portions of the ohio valley. it's going to slowly sink southward toward our region. today, all the warm air across the south is kind of running into that cooler air. that's what's create being this shower activity and the rain to the north. but that front will approach our region late tomorrow night. clouds will be on the increase. there may be a shower overnight tonight. but i think the chances are pretty slim. but during the day tomorrow, the front will get closer. we're still in the warm air. but slowly but surely, it begins to cool down. the low will pass us. the low is going to create the rain. late wednesday, we will start clearing out. and it will become cooler. but during the day wednesday, we could see a half inch or more of rain on wednesday. then it starts to cool down. so we do have some rain in the
forecast. winds tomorrow, northwest by late in the day. they begin out of the south at 5 to 10. could be gust of 20 to 25 knots later on. and a small craft advisory, tonight through tomorrow morning on the bay. bay temp, 55. tonight, clouds moving in late tonight. temperatures in the low to mid- 50s. yeah. maybe a sprinkle later on. 68 tomorrow. another warm day. with a chance of a passing shower. the real rain doesn't come in until late, late tomorrow night. and most of the day on wednesday. right now, it appears to be pretty wet. >> thank you, bob. still to come tonight on wjz eyewitness news. courtroom outburst. a man accused of a horrible outburst in norway. back in court, what he yelled out. the debate over the use tasers rages on. we'll have the surprising opinion of baltimore's police commissioner. i'm alex demetrick. coming up, it might not look like much now, but a major casino is betting on it it. that story as ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
good evening, everyone. thanks for staying with wjz. here are some of the stories people are talking about tonight. wjz continues to follow the breaking news from southwest baltimore. a federal agent is injured in an arrest operation. jessica kartalija is live near the scene with an update. jessica? >> reporter: right now, behind me here on patapsco, looks like it is open. but federal agents are actually turning people around here and sending them back toward anamop -- anopolis -- annapolis street. and they are also letting them use viola street. and still unclear as to why they aren't opening the area up. take a look from sky eye chopper 13. we captured some video. it appears agents are sitting outside of a storage facility. that storage facility, as we told you, was the one where suspects allegedly fled, crashed into a fence. they were in an suv. they were pursued by police. from that fence, they wrapped around the side of a building, called blue crab express. the owner of that restaurant told me that he heard several
shots fired. he came outside to see what was going on outside. that's when he saw that white suv crash into two poles on his property. we were told the backup goes several blocks. they are not letting people through the scene. we've seen several ambulances go through thal area. we were also told that several transported to that. and one of those victims, believed to be an official with the atf. they cannot confirm that at this point. atf and police, very tight tight-lipped. but we do know it was an operation involving their violent crimes unit. we'll continue to monitor the situation. patapsco road is closed at this point. back to you on tv hill. >> okay, jessica. of course, we'll continue to gather information. we'll have an update tonight at 11:00. running out of patience. as the "occupy" movement stretches on here in baltimore and across the nation. city leaders and police are trying to deal with violence, sanitation problems, and demonstrators who show no signs
of leaving. as bigad shaban reports, leaders in oakland have had enough. >> reporter: just came to the point where people were occupying the park, secondary to the actual "occupy." >> reporter: ian lister was one of the original "autopsy --" "occupy" protestors. money and makeshift tents is all that was left. lister said their message was good, but the message got lost, when the crowds grew. >> unfortunately, sometimes when you allow everyone's voice to be involved, you allow everyone's voice to be involved, which means you get people who are activists just to be activities -- activists. >> reporter: in oakland, police in riot gear took people away in handcuffs, after they ignored warnings to clear out the encampment. >> it became a place of repeated violence. and this week, a murder. >> reporter: the mayor says
lack of cooperation will lead to more. >> cleaning up after the protest. here in portland, the city could estimate it could take as much as every week. to get the downtown parks back to normal. >> i think it's really long. -- wrong. they should be held accountable for their actions. >> we're here to be a nuisance, rather than staying involved. >> protestors like ian lister hope the end of occupy camps isn't the end of the movement. in portland, bigad shaban, wjz eyewitness news. >> reporter: there is no end to the occupy baltimore protest. dozens of protestors remain camped out. it has been a peaceful protest, with just a few minor problems. however, the city did cut power to the protestors because of fire hazards. protestors said they are
denouncing issues from corporate greed to campaign finance reform. a norwegian man, blamed for the first nonwar-time massacre in european history. it was a packed courtroom forran ders -- anders breivik. he blurted out, a am a norwegian commander. before the judge cut him off. he is accused of the bombing that 77 people dead. the court lifted some restrictions, including media access and visitors. breivik is being held on charges of terror. if found guilty, he could be sentenced to 21 years in prison. that is the maximum under norwegian law. >> reporter: breivik sees himself as an senate muslim crusader. tasers are a controversial tool, used by police across the nation, including here in baltimore. but as monique griego explains, baltimore's top cop went on 60 minutes to say he's not a big
fan of the nonlethal devices. >> reporter: they're designed to control suspects without killing them. still, the debate over law enforcement's use of tasers raging s on. >> on a personal level, no. i'm absolutely not a fan. >> reporter: that's what police commissioner fred bealefeld said on cbs's 60 minutes. while not a personal fan, he has seen some during their 10 years in baltimore. >> it makes the public safer in a lot of situations. some measure to reductions of deadly force. >> reporter: bealefeld's concern is that officers will choose tasers over proper police training. >> it could lead you down a path of overdependence on that device. >> reporter: while baltimore's police force has 2800 members, only 500 have tasers. and 2010, officers fired them, 146 times. in february, a 16-year-old boy who was running from police, fell off his roof after being tasered. the incident was investigated
for excessive force. despite some criticism, many on the department, like sergeant james mccartin, believes tasers saferred lives just by sitting on their hips. >> securing it, to having it with you, is a big deterrent. they see it, they don't want to go. they don't want to play with it. >> reporter: those who opposed tasers say since 2006, more than 180 people have died after being tazed. a woman accuse. neglecting cats in her home said she did not abuse animals. animal control officers also say they found 68 dead cats. she said she fed and properly cared for the cats and wants them back. time now for a at the baltimore sun. what are the best days for online purchases?
the athletic cutbacks. remember to look for the updated forecast. big money. and a big name. that combination might just bring slots to downtown baltimore. a lot of expensive footwear made its way through the weeds. the lottery commission that will make that decision toured the site. it was led by the people who want to build it. >> i think you'll find us to be very good sit zans and colleagues here in and we won't have a problem. >> the proposal is a casino called harra's baltimore. >> it's what you would invision. the plan, a theirley00
million complex. and create 1200 jobs. and. this is certainly going to be a proposal we would give serious consideration to. >> reporter: unlike the bid, this comes with a full amount and a big reputation. >> you would have a managing of this facility. and bring a venture here in a relatively brief period of time. >> reporter: right now, caesar's proposal is the only real game in town. alex demetrick, wjz eyewitness news. >> if selected quickly, caesar's says the casino could be up and running quickly by the later part of 20 threafnlt. -- 2013. and standing by her man. >> to hear such graphic allegations, i know, that's not the person he is. >> for the first time, herman cain's wife talks about the
sexual harassment allegations against her husband. incredible ordeal. a young child found alive in a wreck days after the crash. bob turk in the first warning weather center. we'll look at somewhat of a cooldown and rain headed our way in our exclusive first warning five-day forecast. and wjz 13 is always on. here are the stories on wjz.com. for the updated news and forecast, go to wjz.com. ,,,,,,,
a miraculous story in north carolina. a 9-year-old beats the odds after being trapped in a car wreck for days girl laid in a destroyed car after crashing. the the girl survived until a man walking on the road spotted the girl in a ditch. the girl is expected to make a full recovery. president obama's healthcare plan heads to the supreme court. oral arguments with a ruling expected by june. a key issue is the, quote, individual mandate of the law.
it requires nearly all to buy insurance. some states have fought back, calling that unconstitutional. a new poll leading for republican herman cain. danielle nottingham reports for wjz. now his wife is speaking out. >> reporter: new poll numbers show orangan cain leading the pack of the hopeful. but the survey indicates his popularity is slipping in the polls. cain spent a week fighting back against those allegations. >> to hear such graphic allegations, i know that's not the person he is. he totally respects women. >> gloria cain's view of interview airs tonight, on fox news channel. it's a rare appearance for her. she's not been a visible part of cain's run for the white
house. >> reporter: the latest polling shows mitt romney and newt gingrich, gaining some support. the two took aim at president obama's policy over the weekend at the cbs news national journal debate. >> if we reelect barack obama, iran will have a nuclear weapon. and if we reelect mitt romney, me as the next president, they will not have a nuclear weapon. >> we're talking about why every single one of us is better than barack obama. >> reporter: the numbers show voters may be inclined to agree with beginning rich. they're not happy with the -- with gingrich. they're not happy with president obama's handling of the economy. and when asked if they would reelect him, voters were evenly split. at the white house, danielle nottingham, wjz eyewitness news. >> now, the candidates are shifting their focus to iowa. scott pelley has a preview of what's coming up tonight on the cbs evening news. imagine buying a restaurant
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a very nice start to a new workweek. for the most for part, november is nice. >> so far, this month, we've only had like 12/100ths of an inch of rain. and we've had mild temps and chilly nights. take a look at the forecast for tomorrow. it will start up with quite a few clouds. probably stay mainly cloudy. a little rain in the morning. maybe a sprinkle. but the main shower activity, expected late, late tomorrow night. it will be mild in the 60s. and then we begin to cool down late in the day on wednesday. but the good chance of rain, at least wednesday morning into the afternoon, before it clears out. 63, down to 41. much cooler. but sunshine returns. 52, 50. and 56 on saturday. denise? >> thank you, bob. still to come on eyewitness news tonight. will sunday's loss to seattle linger with the ravens? >> yep.
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mark is live at the owings mills training center. i don't know. yesterday, i kept thinking, they're going to turn it around, any second, they're going to turn this around. and it didn't happen. >> it did not. and that kind of led to the mood here of attention tension in owings mills today. coach john harbaugh came into the press conference today. he was fired up. and ready to deflect any conversation about there being any lingering effect to his team. his guys do not lick their wounds. they just move on. harbaugh did say he was, obviously, disappointed about the loss. but says it should not be compared to the losses at tennessee and jacksonville i jacksonville earlier this year. this loss stands on its own. the coach says the only focus for the ravens is the next game, which is against cincinnati. and harbaugh refuses to buy
into any doomsday loss about this talk. >> the story of the season is going to be drawn. written. at the end. so, you know, to try to write that story now, i know you guys have to do that. but i'm not writing that story now. you look at last week, and you find a way to play well against the team you're playing. and you go into this sunday and compete and try to come out with a win this week. >> reporter: now, regarding the costly fumbles of the kickoffs by david reed. harbaugh did not say reed would be benched. but he did say ladarius web is their best kick returner. should bode well with them for the bengals coming to town. you can see that division showdown, here on wjz. kickoff comes your way, sunday at 1:00. the basketball season is under way. but not for the nba. in fact, the pros may not play at all this season. after today, the players walked
away from negotiations to could the -- to end the lockout. the players rejected the owners' latest proposal. the players union would discover to allow leverage for suing for antitrust. this latest move was unanimous among its membership. commissioner david stern said he is not ready yet to cancel the season. but the year is in jeopardy. so we do have college basketball and a new coach in college park. season opening win over carolina, wimming to be. wilmington. taking it in from the baseline to the bucket. maryland was up by 5. and they would pull away the half. he'll get fouled. his 22 points led the way in a 71-62 maryland victory. baseball awards. the american league, rookie of
the year, is tampa bay, pitcher jeremy helenson. he earned the victories in the play-offs. he allowed fewer earned runs on average. and the national rookie winner. you knew it was coming. atlantic reliever, craig kim brel. he set a major league rookie record, saving 46 games. his teammate, freddie freeman was a distant second in the voting. more on the ravens tonight at 11:00, back to you for now. >> thank yo,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
don't miss the cbs primetime lineup, followed by eyewitness news at 11:00. that's it for us now. >> for bob and for mark in owings mills, i'm denise koch. thanks for watching, maryland's news station. don't go away. there is much more ahead on the cbs evening news with scott pelley, include a new stem cell treatment that is giving hope in the fight against heart disease. the first patient to undergo a new stem cell treatment speaks out. >> pelley: tonight, a victory against america's number-one killer. for the first time, a damaged heart is repaired with stem
cells. >> it's like someone gave me a magic pill. i felt better all over. >> pelley: reports from bill whitaker and dr. jon lapook john dickerson on herman cain's foreign policy stumble will the plug be pulled on health care reform? jan crawford reports the supreme court has decided whether to take the case. and when can you get for $100 at this cafe? she got the cafe. but wyatt andrews tells us, there's a catch. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening, there is remarkable new evidence tonight that stem cells can repair a damaged heart. and the early going suggests it is a powerful affect. the findings were presented at a meeting of the american heart association today but we've